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cry1 and GPA1 signaling genetically interact in hook opening and anthocyanin synthesis in Arabidopsis.

Bibliographic reference Fox, Ana Romina ; Soto, Gabriela C ; Jones, Alan M ; Casal, Jorge J ; Muschietti, Jorge P ; et. al. cry1 and GPA1 signaling genetically interact in hook opening and anthocyanin synthesis in Arabidopsis.. In: Plant Molecular Biology : an international journal on molecular biology, molecular genetics and biochemistry, Vol. 80, no.3, p. 315-324 (2012)
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